Sight is the dominant sense of our culture, with sound dragged along for the ride. Computers, phones, TVs, and tablets compound what we experience in our immediate surroundings. Consider advertising, reading materials, driving, and otherwise navigating through your day. Sight and sound often take the lead--or do they?
Create a piece of writing in which taste, touch, or smell prevails as a dominant focus. It might be a scene or a short poem. Let one of our other senses inform the perspective of your work.
Better yet, try three pieces--one each for taste, touch, and smell.
What did you learn from the process?
How might this experience inform your other writing?